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(Studio) House Judiciary Committee releases more volumes of evidence it's considering in impeachment investigation.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(DC) Evidence reveals President allegedly tried to block investigation of Ellsberg burglary and approved break-in after it had already happened. Assistant Attorney General Henry Petersen's testimony with regard to Ellsberg break-in outlined. John Ehrlichman reconfirms President' approval of break-in after fact. Judge Gerhard Gesell rules break-in illegal. Evidence also released with regard to wiretaps; details given. J. Edgar Hoover memos available that point to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger requesting wiretaps.
REPORTER: Stephen Geer
- Geer, Stephen;
- Smith, Howard K.
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